TV Shows and Movies

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"Chef's Table - great show to watch while cooking or eating food. It's very relaxing and you learn a ton about what it takes to be a great chef. Plus, you might pick up a few cooking tips along the way or new places to go check out."

YouTube

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"Architectural Digest's channel on YouTube is my favorite thing to watch. I constantly pick up new design ideas for my home."

Movie

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"The original movie, not the Netflix remake. It's just so weird and funny and late 90s Paul Rudd is so hot. It immediately pulls me out of any slump I'm in. I can pretty much quote the entire movie, which drives my husband insane, which makes me love it even more. "

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"(Available on YouTube TV, Hulu or Apple). Awesome series on all 50 states that gives a background and history on each state from a helicopter. Well narrated . I think I'm already on my second lap."

Documentary

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"A fascinating true-life documentary on triplets separated at birth and raised by three different families. The kicker, none of them knew about it. There is a plethora of real content, spun together creating a suspenseful story. Your jaw will drop. Mrs. Doubtfire (Obligated; I’m taking on the management of Pierce Brosnan's Malibu home). Mrs. Doubtfire fits all my checklists for a go-to movie, the first being: a coming-of-age theme. I love storytelling with a focus on an adolescents's mental, emotional, and personal character growth. Pair that with family dynamics, humor and love; you have me hooked for 1.5 hours. "

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"Got sucked in. Characters are really compelling Kieran Culkin and Brian Cox are really good."

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"Riveting and insightful mini-series about Purdue Pharma and the opioid crisis it helped spawn"

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" I love this show. I rarely watch TV, but I’m hooked. Sometimes I need to take a little break because I get so into the storyline. It seems so real to me, and discusses many problems that the west is actually facing- it just embellishes them quite a bit."

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"Though not a 2022 series, I watched this in the early days of the pandemic and felt like it was worth the mention. It’s about a father (a Louisiana Pharmacist) that loses his son to opioid addiction. It really opened my eyes to the opioid crisis. Though a heartbreaking story, it is inspiring the determination one man has to expose the corruption in the industry and help prevent future tragedies all while grieving the loss of his son. "

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"A show that will bring you joy + challenge you to see life from a lighter + brighter perspective."

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"Refreshing take on how super heroes might actually behave in contrast to how they are portrayed by Marvel"

Movie

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"There are a lot of great movies everyone knows about even if they haven't seen them. The Lives of Others is a little more under the radar (the movie's in German) -- a slow burn thriller with a kind of deep and unflinching ethical core. I think it's a masterpiece, and I say this as a viewer who doesn't tilt to its ideology.'